All species have their annual rites of spring.
Inauguration or insurrection? America decides.
I wanted to wish everyone a Merry Christmas until I was informed that it may not be politically correct and there are people out there who wou…
We were going over our protective clothing selections the other day and putting on our game faces.
We generally think of Nov. 11 as the day World War I ended, Armistice Day, which has become Veteran’s Day here in the United States.
I am confessing to secretly contemplating a move: Ohio, Florida or maybe even Nevada.
I woke up this morning with a start.
It was Aug. 31, 1910 in Detroit Michigan.
Our favorite think tank has re-opened for breakfast and a few of the regular egg heads have trickled back in.
I was born in the middle of World War II, not long after Pearl Harbor.
If you are like me, you missed it.
Since we have been cautioned about interacting with others anywhere, anytime we are forced to spend most of our time hunkered down in the house.
Have you ever wondered about all these days, weeks and months that we have to recognize some organization or government project or “National D…
The following letter was returned; no forwarding address.
I have the good fortune to have been allowed to express my views on a wide range of subjects over the last several years.
Today’s cops have a big, visible target on their backs in case you haven’t noticed — oh, well of course you have — and it’s creating some seri…
Thanksgiving is a federally mandated day of warmth and family togetherness and we are obliged to participate or endure 12 months of ostracizat…
Again I have decided to bail out on writing a weekly column.
I ran into a gentleman some time ago who was wearing a button on his shirt that said “Hug me I’m a veteran,” so I approached him and gave him …
Halloween is coming and with it all the fun of carved pumpkins and sliced fingers plus sitting around the house at night watching old horror f…
Unless you live under a rock in California or some other foreign country, you know that the U.S. House of Representatives is hankering to impe…
I was walking around the other day, minding my own business, when I spotted a guy dangling off the side of a bridge.
I got some really good news in the last few days and, since really good news is pretty hard to come by these days I thought I’d share it with you.
Education doesn’t make you smarter.
It was Aug. 31, 1910, Detroit, Michigan.